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Prof. Chun-Sheng Jia
Southwest Petroleum University, China
Molecular potential energy modeling and applications
Modeling molecular interaction potential energies through analytical potential energy functions is of fundamental importance to many issues in chemical physics and engineering, including molecular structure, molecular spectroscopy, chemical reactivity, statistical thermodynamics, and molecular simulation. Many efforts have been made to construct empirical potential energy functions, such as the well-known Manning–Rosen, Rosen–Morse, Frost-Musulin, Tietz, and Schi?berg potentials. However, the potential parameters appearing in these models lack clear physical definitions. This fault has greatly affected the effective applications of these potential energy models. Here, we present six improved empirical potential energy models. Their applications are developed and discussed. The improved versions are convenient and effective for practical applications.
Professor Chun-Sheng Jia is presently a professor at Southwest Petroleum University, China. His research interests include: Chemical physics, Quantum physics and Gas reservoir exploitation. He is on the Editorial Board of Theoretical Physics, and a Guest Editor of Advances in High Energy Physics. As of now, the 85 SCI papers published by Prof. Jia have been cited more than 2,300 times. He was named the Sichuan Province Academic and Technology Leaders in 2011, China, and elected the Elsevier’s Most Cited Chinese Researchers in 2014 and 2015.
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April 18-20, 2017
Paper or Abstract Submission Due:
September 28, 2016
October 10, 2016
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February 13, 2017
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